2 Responses to Sessions

  1. In other ‘unconferences’ I have attended, there is a chance for the participants to comment on the schedule – to indicate where they are seeing two concurrent sessions they wish to attend – and then a chance for the organizers to try to accommodate as many as possible. This is iterative – everyone needs to be in the same room, as resolving a conflict for one person may create a conflict for another. But it can be done, even with a group larger than ours, if time is set aside.

    • Yes! My most favoritest session (Sean’s Twitter session) is scheduled at the same time as mine. Twitter figures into my class significantly, as well as a conference paper I am working on, and I really need to skip my own session to go to his.

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